Residential Systems’ CEDIA Best of Show Awards Entry Extended

NewBay Media Now Accepting Submissions Until Midnight August 31 June 29, 2017
Why This Matters

Every product nominated, whether chosen for an award or not, will be featured in the special Best of Show Program Guide, to be distributed in digital edition form after the convention.

 
NewBay Media is now accepting submissions for its annual Best of Show Awards, honoring outstanding products exhibited at CEDIA. Awards will be given by NewBay Media publications TWICE and Residential Systems magazines.

CEDIA exhibitors may submit a product for consideration by one or more of these publications, and they may submit multiple products.

“There are so many amazing new products introduced at CEDIA each year, and this is a great way for the best representatives of this exciting technology to stand out,” said Jeremy Glowacki, editorial director of Residential Systems. “Plus, TWICE and Residential Systems hire industry professionals to judge products right on the CEDIA show floor, so we really feel that our awards mean something extra special to the winners.”

Every product nominated, whether chosen for an award or not, will be featured in the special Best of Show Program Guide, to be distributed in digital edition form after the convention. Program Guide coverage will be based on the image and description submitted with the entry.

Learn more about the awards in this FAQ

Please complete your submission form by Monday, August 28, 2017, at midnight EST. There is an entry fee of $595 per product entered, per publication. Click here to submit. 
 

“There are so many amazing new products introduced at CEDIA each year, and this is a great way for the best representatives of this exciting technology to stand out.”—Jeremy Glowacki, editorial director, Residential Systems

 

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